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    I tried it the last time, it's seems that the coil will be out of shape when I tried to remove the wick from the coil?
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    Quote Originally Posted by wowoboi View Post
    I tried it the last time, it's seems that the coil will be out of shape when I tried to remove the wick from the coil?
    It's quite hard to rewick/ recoil a CE4 but ProTank II is easy. If I were residing in SG I would have gear that's easily and legally replaced/ repaired. PV with separate batteries and rebuildable clearomizers. Everything needed to maintain your vape could be legally and cheaply obtained except the juice.

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    Yes, the next step I'll be getting is like what you say. The restrictive part is I'm still a new vaper so I'm still inexperience to the market
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    I definately reccomend the protank. I tried a few others and now only have protanks. They handle some flavors that others won't. You might also want to try a higher level of VG in your juice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wowoboi View Post
    Yes, the next step I'll be getting is like what you say. The restrictive part is I'm still a new vaper so I'm still inexperience to the market
    As long as you're not smoking it's all good. Be patient, wait for sales...prolly around Christmas is the best time. Plenty of time to research.
    Best of Luck and I feel for your situation in SG.

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    12mg is good for me cuz i was smoking like 2packs for 3 days
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    Quote Originally Posted by wowoboi View Post
    12mg is good for me cuz i was smoking like 2packs for 3 days
    My first PV over 2 yrs ago was a Mechanical Mod. Still looks great and fires as good as the day I bought it. Of course I overpaid at that time...nowadays many low cost quality Mech Mods available. If you have a friend outside of SG they could prolly mail you one. Here's a great sales/ deals site:
    Vapor Joes - Daily Vaping Deals

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    If they can mail it in, which means I can buy it in? And the problem also lies in the customs of my country? :/ and PV do you mean like lavatube or the k100?

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    Quote Originally Posted by wowoboi View Post
    If they can mail it in, which means I can buy it in? And the problem also lies in the customs of my country? :/ and PV do you mean like lavatube or the k100?
    Yes you could buy it and have it shipped to a friend outside of SG. They could then mail it to you. Still not without risk though.
    The LavaTube is quite large and has electronics which can break. APV (advanced personal vaporizers) have electronics in them that are quite delicate and are generally not 100% reliable. The K100- I've read of problems with them.
    A mechanical mod has no electronics and is much less prone to failure. Even in the rare occasion a part breaks it can usually be bought separately.

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    What is a good combination PV with protank as cler, will be suitable on my case?? Mechanics mod in which you put the batteries into it?

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